We recently told you that the Samsung Galaxy S III was on track for an April launch but then followed up the next day with insider reports that conflict with that theory. When dealing with rumors and speculation in the mobile industry it is always hard to know what can be reliable, and obviously the best thing is to wait for some sort of official word from the respective manufacturer. Well that’s what we have today, an announcement from Samsung denying that an April launch was anything but confirmed. According to @samsungtomorrow’s Twitter account, the highly anticipated Galaxy S III’s launch date isn’t set in stone, causing one to believe the device may see a later announcement. That doesn’t mean to say we need to rule out April all together, but Samsung says they will once again take to Twitter when everything is finalized.
Samsung issued a statement to The Verge reiterating what we already know, that the Galaxy S III “will be unveiled in the first half of the year.” Given that announcement, it could technically be up to 4 months before before we see anything official. If you’re anything like me, you like the sound of April much better. I guess we will just have to keep our eye on the @sumsungtomorrow Twitter account for official details.
via: The Verge